The EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP holds a whopping 20,000 mAh of battery capacity in its lithium-ion rechargeable battery cell. This huge capacity would allow you to recharge your iPhone 6 over ELEVEN TIMES. It has two USB-out jacks for dual charging and sports a nice LED screen to let you know how much juice is left. The PB20000AP’s MSRP is $129.99.
This is the first powerbank I’ve seen that holds this much battery power. It’s not a small unit, but it will keep your devices going for a long time. Weighing in at 16.23 ounces, its not something you’ll want to carry in your pocket, but it could be great for camping trips or airplane travel. It’s dimensions are 7.28”L x 3.07”W x 0.98”D.
The EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP has a backlit LCD on the front that lets you know exactly how much juice is left in the tank, showing anywhere from 1%-100% in 1% increments. It has two USB outputs: One at 5 Volts at 1.3 Amps, and another at 5 Volts at 2.1 Amps. The larger amperage is great for faster charging. This powerbank conveniently also has a DC output, which can pump out 8.4 Volts at 1.0 Amps. The power input is a microUSB jack.
Included in the packaging is the powerbank itself, one 20cm microUSB to USB cable, one 60cm microUSB to USB cable, one DC to DC cable, and one DC to Sony DV Connector. The only thing not included is the AC adapter to plug into the wall to charge the powerbank, which is a strange exclusion. The EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP is compatible with all sorts of devices, including iPad, iPhone, iPod, all smartphones, Bluetooth speakers, PSP handheld gaming devices, digital cameras, and even digital video cameras. This powerbank also includes over-charging protection, over current protection, over discharge protection, and short circuit protection.
In my experience with the EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP, I’ve found that it is extremely helpful for family travel. My wife and I can both charge our devices on the go without worrying that we’ll run out of juice. My biggest concern with this powerbank is it’s size and weight, but the convenience may overcome that concern here. Apart from the gigantic capacity, the biggest thing this powerbank has going for it is the fact that it’ll tell you exactly how much power you have left, as opposed to the competition, who typically only have LED lights to tell you approximately how much power you have left, but it’s always a guessing game with those units.
You can purchase the EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP from Amazon as of the writing of this review, for $44.99.
Source: The EasyAcc Powerbank PB20000AP was provided to me as a review sample by the manufacturer.
What I Like: Huge capacity; Precise LED screen keeps you updated on your reserves; Dual-USB outputs.
What Needs Improvement: Large size and weight could dissuade use.